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WhatsApp postpones privacy changes, but Hong Kong experts say outcry has already evolved into crisis of confidence
WhatsApp says users will now have until May, rather than next month, to decide whether to consent to new data-sharing terms. But Hong Kong experts say the move is unlikely to stem the exodus of users, even if there are ‘not many privacy issues with the new policy’.
Assistive technology can break down barriers and open up a new world for people with disabilities, and the need has never been greater as nations speed up to become tech-centric in the face of the pandemic.
Hong Kong privacy watchdog urges WhatsApp to pump brakes on policy changes, offer alternatives for users
WhatsApp has informed its more than two billion users that they will need to agree to a new policy allowing it to share data with its parent company, Facebook. The move has prompted concerns about how the data might be used, but WhatsApp maintains the information collected will not include the content of messages.
China’s antitrust watchdog fined Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and a Tencent Holdings Ltd unit over a pair of years-old acquisitions and said it’s reviewing an impending Tencent-led merger, signaling Beijing’s intention to tighten oversight of Internet sector deals.
Digi is adding features like screen readers, audio and video transcribers to its digital touchpoints to be more user-friendly for persons with disabilities.
Artificial intelligence is helping 11 science fiction authors write new stories for publication every week
The Co-Creation project was initiated by award-winning sci-fi writer Stanley Chen Quifan and an AI training camp.
Gender diversity in eSports has become a talking point in the industry, with women still under-represented. Honour Of Kings has been the most popular and lucrative mobile game in China in recent years.
The government wants to align Airbnb and the hotel sector, and streamline e-hailing services in Sabah.
Wong Ong Hua and Ling Yang Ching voluntarily resigned as CEO and chief product officer, respectively.
Alibaba says its gaming division has been upgraded to an independent group to parallel the company’s entertainment division.